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Softcat has been selected as one of ten CloudHealth by VMware Partner of the Year award winners, which were recently recognised during the 2021 CloudLIVE Solution Provider Virtual Summit.
Partner of the Year winners were identified as standouts among hundreds of cloud solution providers globally. This is a distinguished group of top-level cloud MSPs experiencing rapid growth, while showcasing best practices in customer success. They are recognised for their technical expertise, their innovation and the great value they bring to joint customers.
Softcat was awarded top honours in the EMEA category.
“The CloudHealth Partner of the Year recipients are an exceptional group of cloud solution providers from around the globe who have demonstrated deep skill and dedication to customer success in a truly unusual year,” said Bob Kilbride, Senior Director of Channels at CloudHealth by VMware. “Softcat has proven itself a leader in delivering innovative solutions and valuable services that accelerated customers’ digital transformation in the cloud. Congratulations—we are pleased to recognise you for your commitment to our partnership and look forward to what we can continue to achieve together.”
Softcat delivers cloud intelligence with a platform powered by CloudHealth. This solution supports customers to actively manage their cloud infrastructure and provides insights to easily manage cost, ensure security compliance, improve governance and automate actions for efficient and effective multi-cloud environments. Softcat’s dedicated Cloud Intelligence Team works with organisations to understand their business objectives and then ensure the platform is integrated effectively to provide truly actionable insights.
Richard Wyn Griffith, Softcat’s Managing Director said, “Thank you to all of the CloudHealth by VMware team for the recognition and to all our people helping to deliver the Cloud Intelligence service. It’s a fantastic partnership made up of great people delivering to all our joint customers. I’m excited for the future”.
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